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Accessibility will have a new face at the Olympic and Paralympic Village in Greater Paris.
Open data represents an opportunity for cities to reach universal accessibility. It shows the missing links of the mobility chain.
The Helsinky subway improved their audio signage system by installing on demand and remotely activated audio beacons.
Audio beacons are an efficient way to provide more autonomy to blind and visually impaired people. They can easily use public transport.
More and more cities like New York have been exploring remote activation to trigger accessible pedestrian signals.
The smartphone has revolutionized the mobility of blind and visually impaired people.